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network engineer

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A high-level LAN/WAN technician who plans, implements and supports network solutions between multiple platforms. A network engineer installs and maintains local area network hardware and software, and troubleshoots network usage and computer peripherals. He may have CNE certification.

network engineer

A person who designs, implements and supports local area and wide area networks within an organization. Network engineers are high-level technical analysts specializing in networks. See network administrator, job descriptions and salary survey.
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com encourages network engineers to focus on performance metrics, not just network availability, to be more effective at troubleshooting, planning for change, and measuring end user service levels.
com is an independent Web portal designed for network engineers, promoting a performance-first approach to network management.
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Utilizing the Virtual Design Workspace, network engineers work more productively and quickly to achieve critical compliance, change and configuration management goals.

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